Intern Architect

DVLPR / David Andrew Tasman and Studio DVLPR / David Andrew Tasman and Studio Employer:
New York, NY, USLocation:
Tue, Apr 19 '22Posted on:

DVLPR is looking for highly motivated and talented interns. 

Candidates should have a strong conceptual design talent and be eager to explore innovative design solutions through a pragmatic and iterative design process. In this position you may be responsible for modeling (digital and / or physical), rendering, generating presentation material, drawings, and participation in various stages of the design process - from conceptual design through technical and construction phases. It is important to us that the studio provide a well-rounded experience and that projects are not only developed conceptually but also rigorously documented to facilitate procurement and construction. 

DVLPR (Developer) is a design studio committed to a proactive role for architectural practice, often working at the intersection of art and architecture. For several years the studio has worked in close collaboration with Sub studio in Berlin on the worldwide rebranding of Balenciaga's architectural campaign and set design for Paris fashion week. DVLPR has also provided architectural support to artists and institutions such as Kevin Beasley on the occasion of his solo exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and Cady Noland on the occasion of her retrospective at the Museum für Moderne Kunst. Current projects include a studio building for an artist, a private residence on a secluded island, and a project with a New York based museum. 

DVLPR founder David Andrew Tasman is a member of citygroup, a collective that promotes opposition and alternatives to development that erode the social, cultural and environmental fabric of the city. As a writer Tasman has contributed to Kaleidoscope, Frieze, Flash Art, PIN-UP, and Dis Magazines. Together with MoMA's Emilio Ambasz Institute director, Carson Chan, and Professor Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen, Tasman co-organized the Yale University symposium, Exhibiting Architecture: A Paradox, and is a co-editor of the eponymous book published by Yale and distributed by Actar Press. Prior to founding DVLPR Tasman worked as a designer at DS+R and was an associate principal at KPF. Tasman has a B. Arch from Cornell University and an M. Arch from Yale University.


  • Enrolled in a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Architecture
  • Strong conceptual, graphic, and design skills – illustrated in a comprehensive portfolio
  • High proficiency working in Rhino and 3D rendering software (vray or similar) 
  • Proficiency working in AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite programs, in particular InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator
  • Self-motivated, proactive, and confident working at a fast pace towards design excellence 
  • Strong communication and organizational skills. Must have excellent proficiency in English
  • Experience drafting and developing a drawing set is a plus  
  • Experience in an internationally recognized architecture office is also a plus 


Please send a single pdf containing a portfolio and CV to 

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